It’s day 3 of our Singapore trip and yes, we head to yet another hawker centre for our breakfast. Why we love hawker centre? Of course, one thing is the price factor and also you can easily find tasty food there. And I believe to get to know a country is through food… so I eat where the locals eat. 🙂
With the lackluster porridge from Zhen Zhen yesterday, dad choose Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre (quite a name) where another famous porridge stall is situated. We had a little tough time finding this food centre since it’s located amongst the resident flats. We asked a couple passerby and they told us we must go through the flats to reach Havelock. So we did. 🙂
Ivan’s porridge @ #01-06.
Fish belly porridge. Sorry for the unappetizing look. According to dad, it’s very yummy.
Yu Mei Mei Shi @ #01-15 where we (sis and me) ordered our breakfast.
My sister ordered sliced fish yee mee @ S$4.00.
My order of sliced fish mee hoon @ S$4.00. The mee hoon is the thicker type, the broth is tasteful while the sliced fish is so fresh and yum. Love it.
Covent Garden Kway Chap @ #01-05 (beside Ivan’s porridge). Didn’t know what kway chap is but guessing from the menu it’s braised food.
Flat rice sheets in dark soy sauce soup.
A plate of braised hard boiled egg, peanuts, taufu pok, pig’s intestine and pork’s skin. Kway chap is both dishes combined.
Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre. It’s an L-shaped establishment with ample parking space surrounded by flats.
Do give this place a try. I’ve seen long queue at several other stalls (e.g. prawn mee stall).
Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre
22A Havelock Rd